The Certificate IV in Human Resources will prepare you for supporting HR functions for a business unit or across the wider organisation.
The Diploma of Human Resources Management will prepare you for a range of managerial skills to ensure that human resource functions are effectively conducted in a business area.
This short course addresses how to develop, implement and maintain a strategic approach to planning and managing human resources. Your increased ability to identify HR issues and champion improvements will see that HR activities are effectively integrated and aligned with the strategic objectives of your organisation.
Designed for ambitious and experienced managers, the Graduate Certificate in Management will bring you one step closer to an MBA. If you are ready to carve out your niche as a business leader, or would like to sure-up your future with some formal management qualifications, the Graduate Certificate in Management from AIM Business School is the perfect place to start.
Designed with the senior manager in mind, the Graduate Diploma is an ideal mid-level postgraduate qualification. The Graduate Diploma in Management provides a solid grounding and depth of understanding of a broad range of theory, practical business strategies and applications.
HR Essentials provides the fundamental knowledge and skills to manage all aspects of the employee lifecycle. Understand the foundations of talent strategy, performance, workforce planning, learning & development, policies, regulations and standards to improve the human resource standards across your business.
Designed for the working professional, the AIM Business School TEQSA accredited MBA+ is one of Australia’s quality Master’s degrees backed by AIM’s 75-year heritage. As well as being highly flexible to fit around your life, the MBA+ gives you five years of exclusive benefits that deliver more, long after you graduate.
This program is designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge and techniques to conduct job analysis, implement candidate attraction strategies, effectively assess candidates and make informed selection choices. This practical program will also introduce effective induction and ongoing development processes designed to ensure you retain key talent when you find it.
The Workplace Planning short course teaches you how to effectively evaluate and forecast your organisation's ongoing needs by profiling your workplace, analysing supply and demand, and devising strategies to minimise workforce gaps.
The Workforce Relations short course is designed to equip you with the skills, knowledge and credibility to manage complex workplace issues. Combining the legal context of business management with the human face of people leadership, this course will enable you to develop robust workplace policies while effectively managing challenging workforce relations.